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I Love Riding in the City – Issue #19 Preview

Here’s a look at some of the I Love Riding in the City contributors for issue #19.

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  1. Save the Date, New Yorkers: May 15th — Eat Well’s Tour de Farmers’ MarketsMay 4, 2010 at 3:02 pm

    [...] Organized by the NYC Department of Transportation and cyclist/pedestrian advocacy group, Transportation Alternatives, Bike Month NYC is an extended celebration of – wait for it – bicycling in the city.  The goal is to encourage more New Yorkers to ride bicycles since doing so is good for the environment, good for human health and good for fostering development of the sort of livable communities that make cities great.  I’d add from personal experience that urban cycling is also tremendously fun – though to quote the inestimable LeVar Burton, “you don’t have to take my word for it.” [...]

  2. Save the Date, New Yorkers: May 15th — Eat Well’s Tour de Farmers’ Markets | Sustainable TableMay 5, 2010 at 9:56 am

    [...] Organized by the NYC Department of Transportation and cyclist/pedestrian advocacy group, Transportation Alternatives, Bike Month NYC is an extended celebration of – wait for it – bicycling in the city.  The goal is to encourage more New Yorkers to ride bicycles since doing so is good for the environment, good for human health and good for fostering development of the sort of livable communities that make cities great.  I’d add from personal experience that urban cycling is also tremendously fun – though to quote the inestimable LeVar Burton, “you don’t have to take my word for it.” [...]

  3. Save the Date, New Yorkers: May 15th — Eat Well’s Tour de Farmers’ Markets on EcoCentric | Food, Water and Energy IssuesJuly 14, 2010 at 1:08 pm

    [...] Organized by the NYC Department of Transportation and cyclist/pedestrian advocacy group, Transportation Alternatives, Bike Month NYC is an extended celebration of – wait for it – bicycling in the city.  The goal is to encourage more New Yorkers to ride bicycles since doing so is good for the environment, good for human health and good for fostering development of the sort of livable communities that make cities great.  I’d add from personal experience that urban cycling is also tremendously fun – though to quote the inestimable LeVar Burton, “you don’t have to take my word for it.” [...]

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